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Jul 7, 2011 4:00am EDT
. and maintains she knew nothing about phone hacking. rupe rupert murdoch is her ultimate boss. his news corporation is trying to take over broadcaster bib. there are claims that deal has been stopped. and in parliament, allegations there was a cover-up of the hacking. and that goes right to the top of the company, including rupert murdoch's son. >> mr. james murdoch is the chairman. it is clear now that he personally, without board approval, authorized money to be paid by his company to silence people who had been hacked. and to cover-up criminal behavior in his organization. this is nothing short of an attempt to pervert the course of justice. >> reporter: murdoch's news international denies any cover-up. and in a statement, it says, it welcomes the call for a public inquiry. the atmosphere down here at westminster can only be described as febrile. rebecca brooks remains in her post. but her friendships with the likes of tony blair and david cameron is on the real strain, as the true scale of phone hacking becomes apparent. dan rivers, cnn, london. >> as we said, advertisers are t
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Jul 7, 2011 7:00pm EDT
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Jul 7, 2011 3:00pm EDT
a surprising turn, media mogul rupert murdoch owner of the paper order it had to shut down. this sunday is the last edition. this is the same rupert murdoch who owns news corp that has the "wall street journal," "new york post," the fox news channel. we're joined by richard quest in london. were you surprised that the murdochs decided, okay, close it? >> yes, in a word. i thought they might suspend editions. i thought they might try and brazen it out, but i think in the last 24 hours it became clear, we had gone from celebrity phone hacking, to murdered victim hacking, to bomb victim hacking, to soldiers and dead soldiers hacking. we've now got two investigations, public inquiries that will be launched, one into the hacking and two into the payments this news corp or "news of the world" made to the police, so faced with this octopus of allegations and a cancer that was just eating away at the group, they thought the decision to cut it off. now one other thing. murdoch is trying to buy b sky b, a major british broadcaster, that deal is now teetering, teetering on the edge, and the
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Jul 7, 2011 1:00am EDT
a bombing victim. the scandal involves some staff of "the news of the world tabloid." rupert murdoch called the allegations, quote, deplorable and unacceptable. >>> and "forbes" magazine is out with its top earners in hollywood and there's a tie for the top spot. angelina jolie and sarah jessica parker each earned an estimated $0 million last year, john. >> is that all, only $0 million last year. >> only that, but i will say if you find yourself hanging out with those ladies, be sure to make them pay for the drinks, okay? >> absolutely. >> i'm waiting for that moment to happen, aisha. >> keep me posted. >> i will indeed. >> we'll be right back with more on tonight's breaking news in the casey anthony saga. a vacation on a budget with expedia. make it work. booking a flight by itself is an uh-oh. see if we can "stitch" together a better deal. that's a hint, antoine. ooh! see what anandra did? booking your flight and hotel at the same time gets you prices hotels and airlines won't let expedia show separately. book it. major wow factor! where you book matters. expedia. we inspec
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Jul 7, 2011 2:00am EDT
tabloid. rupert murdoch who runs the media empire called the allegations "deplorable and unacceptable." and john, forbes magazine is out with its list of top-earning women in hollywood. and there is a tie for the top spot. yes, you guessed it. those ladies on the screen, angelina jolie and sarah jessica parker each earned an estimated $30 million last year, john. >> is that all? only $30 million last year. >> reporter: only. >> keep me posted. >> i will indeed. we'll be right back. ...was it something big? ...or something small? ...something old? ...or something new? ...or maybe, just maybe... it's something you haven't seen yet. the 2nd generation of intel core processors. stunning visuals, intelligent performance. this is visibly smart. is actually finding choices the whole family will love. five flavors of chex are gluten-free, including the honey nut flavor. and it's nice for me to be able to say "yes" to something that they want to eat. [ male announcer ] chex cereal. five flavors. gluten free. to something that they want to eat. we inspect your air filter, cabin fil
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Jul 7, 2011 1:00pm EDT
this restaurant says, in eight months it's been opened, it's not had a single reported case of food poisoning. >> about there have been scandals of the four people died at a different restaurant chain two months ago after eating spoiled raw beef, prompting this sushi restaurant to take raw beef off sits men you are. american matt hible says he's still not worried. >> there's odd things about japan, raw meat is only one of many. so you just localize yourself, go native a bit. >> reporter: why not? fellas, have you seen how many girls are in this joint? >>> cnn "newsroom" continues right now with t.j. holmes. >> thank you so much. we are seconds away from seeing the position of the units stepping into the briefing room. as you may know, the many has been busy with meetings over this debt ceiling. we're told unless it's raised by august 2nd, all hell will break loose on the economy. at least that's what many people will have you believe. nobody wants us to go without raising that debt ceiling. the president said he wants to make comments. here he is. >> hello, everybody. i'm going to make a brief statement. i completed a meeting with all the congressional leaders from both chambers, from both parties. i have to say that i thought it was a very constructive meeting. people were frank. we discussed the various options available to us, everybody reconfirmed the importance of completing our work and raising the debt limit ceiling so that the full faith and credit of the united states of america is not impaired what we decided is staffsally with his as leadership will work during the weekend. i will reconvene congressional leaders here on sunday, with the expectation that at that point the parties will at least know where each other's bottom lines are, and we'll hopefully be in a position then to start in engaging in the hard bargaining that's necessary to get a deal done. i want to emphasize that nothing is agreed to until everything is agreed to. the parties are far apart on a wide range of issues. again, i thought all the leaders came in a spirit of compromise, in a spirit of wanting to solve problems on behalf of the american people. everybody acknowledged that the issue of our debt and our deficits is something that needs to be tackled now. everybody acknowledged that in order to do that, democrats and republicans are going to be required in each chamber, everybody acknowledged that we have to get this done before the hard deadline of august 2nd, to make sure that america does not default to the first time on its obligations, and everybody acknowledged there will be pain involved politically on all sides, but our biggest obligation is to make sure we're doing the right thing by the american people, creating an environment in which we can grow the economy and make sure more and more people are put back to work. i want to thank all the leaders. i thought it was a very constructive meeting. i will be seeing them back here on sunday. a lot of work will be done between now and then. all right? >>> the president not taking questions, not necessarily breaking a whole lot of news. if anybody had their fingers crossed that a deal would be reached, that's not going to happen, but the president saying things were constructive. still, a key part, saying nothing is agreed to until everything is agreed to, saying the two sides are far apart. as you know, the backdrop to all of this, the country needs to or has to -- or i should say congress has to raise the debt ceiling by august 2nd. we're told that's the hard date before the united states will not be able to pay its bills, essentially. that would be a first. by that day, literally the next day, the country would not have enough money to pay all of its bills, the president xwringing both sides to the white house for discussion. it has wrapped. he said they will come back on sunday. the staffs will continue to work throughout today, tomorrow, the weekend, but then on sunday, he will have the leaders back. he said at that point the parties will know where each other's bottom lines are. brianna, hello to you. the president we heard he was going to be coming out so make there would be news to be made it sounds like that they still are a long way apart. >> reporter: that's exactly what he said. i can also tell you, though, talking to sources on both sides, they didn't expect a deal would be reached coming out of this meeting. i think we saw the president striking an urgent tone, trying to show that work is being done, that they're working to come to a compromise, and let's be honest, this clock is ticking. i think we're getting into the nerve-racking time where people and the markets are starting to wonder when are these differences going to be bridged, especially what we saw over the last couple of weeks, a seeming standstill or impasse over tax increases that democrats wanted and republicans were saying no to. now, i have to tell you, we just heard at the top of this briefing after the president spoke, t.j., the white house press secretary jay carney said he wasn't going to do a readout of the meeting and there's actually a commitment on the parts 6 these eight lawmakers and president obama, not to get into details. we've heard the white house say before they don't want to jeopardizes the progress on the discussions that they're having, which, t.j., they don't really have an agreement at this point. >> remind us, brianna, what the president has been saying. he said he had confidence something could be ironed out. we know this hard august 2nd deadline, nobody wants to get to that, but going by the president's timeline and what he's said, when would he like and what is reasonable for us to expect a deal to be made? >> reporter: he said the other day, t.j., he wanted something done in a couple weeks. that would put us somewhere around july 20th, something like that. there's no guarantee that they're going to come to an agreement by then. something we do know, that president obama and house speaker john boehner have been discussing, is actually a much more ambitious deal than was discussed a couple of weeks ago when the biden talks dissolved. that is a plan for about $3 to $4 trillion in deficit savings over the next ten years, democratic sources telling us that. a republican source telling me this would butt associate security, medicare, medicate, all of the entitlements on the table along with tax reform. can you imagine? that's biting off a whole lot. it's possible, i'm told by this republican source, that some of this might not get done by august 2nd, so there would obviously need to be something built into negotiations if this were -- at least part of this were to move past august 2nd, certainly to get the dead ceiling raised. no guarantee they'll get it done. >> brianna keilar from the white house, we appreciate you as always. >>> we are going to move on to a couple other big stories we've got going on today, one of them being casey anthony will walk out of jail a free woman in six days. now, you hear that, and think back to 48 hours ago. it was at this time tuesday that casey anthony was facing the possibility of life in prison, maybe even facing the death penalty. what a difference 48 hours makes, because today she is counting the days until she walks out of the jail a free woman. she is counting down to six. you know by now, casey anthony was acquitted of murdering her 2-year-old daughter caylee, but convicted on four counts of lying to investigators. just before sentencing, the deceives tried and failed to reduce down to one. here are the four counts. lying about working at university studios, liking about caylee being with a nanny, the fick tick zanny you heard solve about. and lying about speaking to caylee on the phone. this morning, the judge melvin perry gave her the maximum to each of those counts. >> i will sentence you to one year in the orange county jail, xwokting a $1,000 fine on each count all four counts to run consecutive to each other, giving you credit for the time that you have previously served. >> okay. it wasn't so cut-and-cried. it got complicated here. so here we go. we know anthony has been locked up for almost three years, but inmates get extra credit for good behavior. so in casey anthony's case, that apparently worked out to about 112 days. she's set for release on july 13th, six days from now. after all of that, she'll still be headed back to court. here is why. a woman by the name offa naileda fernandez gonzalez -- that's the name that casey gave, is suing for defamation. the state of florida wants her to repay the cost of investigating the disappearance and death. equusearch is considering a suit to recoup the expenses to search for caylee in july of 2008. let me bring in martin savage for us. he was in court today. he's been covering this for us. a lot of people were scratching their heads. she got the maximum, and sheets still going to be walking out in six days. >> reporter: he threw the book at her. the only problem is he didn't have much of a book to throw. once she had been found not guilty of 9 three main charges, she was left with the four misdemeanors. as you so clearly pointed out, once you do the math, essentially she'll go free next wednesday. it could be anytime after wednesday, tuesday night. all the way through the day, there's no particular time. quite frankly the deputy's office -- or actually that's the department of corrections for orange county, will probably 23409 be announcing when she will go free. they already stated there would be extra security measures she wouldn't be walking out of a door per se, that they would probably release her somewhere within the community. we anticipate a member of her defense team would whisk her away to points unknown. as far as the demeanor inside the courtroom, i'm sure you saw her, t.j., she looked very different. she literally had let her hair down. that shows you, what a dramatic difference from when she was sentenced two days ago to the atmosphere today. she had a much more relaxed appearance. her hair was no longer in a tight bun where it had been since the beginning of her trial. it was clear to many that she thought she would get out today. she was all smiling, she was chatting to people, and then once she heard that, no, it's not going to be today, stone-faced. we saw that face of hers close down again, her family quickly left. they were in the courtroom as well. so that's pretty much how it played out down there. out here, there were protests, but they fizzled pretty much, only a handful are left, t.j. >> that was the first thing people commented on, the hair was down, you could tell the demeanor had changed completely. maybe she did think she was about to walk out of jail today, but still she doesn't have to wait too long. martin, we'll check in with you again. thank you so much. >>> well a couple big stories we are following. the other big story, a major british tab bloi is being shut down, as a result of a massive phone hacking scandal. those details are here for you next. stay with us. 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>> kind of like being at disneyland. am i going to get to the front of the right before the ride closes? or will i get cut off at the end? i thought, wow, i kind of squeaked by, and to realize this probably would be the last mission ever, it felt like an honor to be a part of it. >> we want to make sure we get the job done. when the job is done, we can look back and reflect, think about where the place in history lied for this final flight. >> the crew getting the last looks at the space station complex. >> we've got more transfer and logistics supply to send to the station more than we ever had on any other mission. we're very busy in training. it's very challenging mission. >> reporter: you represent thousands of workers for 30 years who have poured their heart and soul into these vehicles. >> that's right. >> reporter: you guys are representing them on the final flight. >> i think that's where i feel the most pressure, to be able to represent them the way they deserve to be represented, and finish out the program on a high note with a successful mission, and be able to thank them all afterwards ideally. >> reporter: would you say the shuttle program then has been a success? >> i think at times it is the -- i hate to use the cliche, but sometimes it's been the rodney dangerfield of the space program over the years but the amount of payload it can take and bring back, seven people on top of that, you know, where else have we seen that? >> we want to wrap it up, you can head back to the airlock. >> it was a defines moment, it was a successful program. we essentially have command of lower orbit. so much so we set the ground for for the xhempl providers that will come. i'd like to think the stage is set to go beyond, which is where nasa belongs. >> reporter: what do you think will go through your heads when you call wheels stop. >> you're calling wheels stop, not just for you, the orbiter and the crew, but i think that moment will really be a defining moment for a lot of people. it will be at that moment when it's finally over you'll be able to exhale, take a breath, understand the significance of the moment and it will probably take a while to get me out of the shuttle, but i'm bound and determined to be the last one out. >>> i mentioned that we are supposed to see history tomorrow, weather permitting sudden see our john zarrella? those are the jackets cnn gives us to cover hurricane. i know it's not a hurricane bearing down, but you have some flaes weather that doesn't look too good. >> reporter: it is tropical moisture. this was a tropical system that came out of the caribbean, so i guess it's appropriate that i'm wearing the red rain jacket. we just had a heck of a storm blow through here with thunder and lightning. no wind, fortunately, but heavy rain, and they're expecting moran that. nasa is trying to roll back the rss that encases the shuttle. they have to roll that back in advance of the launch. that's supposed to happen about 2:00, but they started moving it up earlier before the weather came in, they couldn't do that, so they're waiting for a window of opportunity, and then, of course, the next big milestone will be tanking in the overnight hours when they have on to load the liquid hydrogen and oxygen, but no, the weather does not look good at all for a launch tomorrow. saturday and sunday looking a bit better, so we might have a couple extra days here in florida waiting for this liftoff. t.j.? >> history is coming one way or another in the next day or so. >> reporter: yes, it is. >> good to see you as always. and be sure to join or john zarrello for our special coverage friday, we think, we hope at 10:00 a.m., right here on cnn. but we'll keep you updated. >>> also, up next, a tabloid accused of hacking into the phones of murder victims and celebrities has just announced it is closing. richard quest with the new details. he is next. does that in one daily dose.pt new citracal slow release... continuously releases calcium plus d for the efficient absorption my body needs. citracal. >>> a shocking development in the british hacking scandal. british tabloid news of the world will shut down after sunday's issue. its owner, news international, is giving that news to cnn. this after allegations of hacking into phones of murder victims, celebrities and -- a shocking development here. remind our viewers just how long this tabloid has been around and how big a deal it really is. >> the tabloid has been around for more than 160 years. it is britain's biggest-selling sunday newspaper. it says it's the largest english-speaking newspaper in the world but what started out as a celebrities hacking scandal rapidly turned into a scandal when they hacked into a murdered girl's voicemail. then a revelation they were hacking into bomb victims from 7/7, and now the revelation that they've been hacking into soldiers' voicemail from those fighting or killed in afghanistan and iraq. so finally the statement from james murdoch, the son of rupert murdoch, saying if allegations are true, it is inhuman that the paper and the company had failed toss to the bottom of repeated wrongdoing. what it says here is wrongdoers turned a good newsroom into bad. this it won't carry any advertising, but the money from subscriptions will go to good causes, and it will be the last edition. >> richard, just because the end of "news of the world" doesn't necessarily mean the end of the investigation or scandal? >> oh, there are two investigations. one into phone hacking scandal. documents have been revealed showing the newspaper paid the police either for tips or whatever. on top of that there's whole questions of civil litigation. no, this is not going away. why they have chosen to close the newspaper will be the interesting question, was it on moral grounds alone or commercial grounds? this was a brand that was destroyed. >> all right. richard quest, we appreciate you, as always. thank you so much. >>> we're getting close to the bottom of the hour here on this afternoon edition of the "cnn newsroom." we're going to turn to your harry potter fans. we know there's a lot of you. a big moment for harry potter fans right now. the final installment. the last harry potter movie. we're going to take you live to the red carpet premiere in london. that is next. it's water from the drinking fountain at the mall. 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"harry potter and the deathly hallows" people are going nuts. they're dressed up. we have seen this time and time again. our becky anderson is live for us on the red carpet, talking to fans about this new movie. becky, can you help me? school me a bit. what movie is this? up to movie number 27 or something? which one is this? >> reporter: this is part 2 of the last movie, which makes a series of eight movies in what has been a multibillion dollar movie franchise. $6.5 billion. it's quite unbelievable. this is as big and as bold as i've ever seen. i've got people here, 8,500 people here in trafalgar square. the roads are closed off some have been here since monday, camping out to get a glimpse of the cast of what is the last movie in this franchise. it is quite remarkable. the weather has been predictably unpredictable. 2:00 damping their spirits. this is tom feldman, a.k.a.draco malfoy. >> i'm not sure i ever envisioned this, but we're ending in grand style, clearly. >> reporter: you finished filming in fact a year ago, i guess you're trying to move on. you can't really when you have a night like tonight. >> everybody's been saying what is this line -- we've been looking forward to this. this is kind of like closing night. i can see it getting emotional. >> reporter: if you had one endearing image, what would it being? >> endearing memories, i met most of the adult cast as 11 years old. so -- it was weird becoming more and more shy of them the more i realized how big these guys are. but it's been great learning they're exceptionally normal and funny people. >> reporter: will you miss draco? >> yes, i'm firing spells every night in my bedroom. it's sad to leave a character behind. >> reporter: i'm going to let you go. it's a long walk down this red carpet this evening. we're hoping, of course, to speak to the other members of the cast, daniel and emma doing the rounds as we speak, and h e hopefully j.k. rowling. the numbers are just ridiculous. $6.5 billion as a movie franchise, as something we possibly won't ever seen again. many of the crowd here don't remember life without harry potter or hot warts, and as the cast walk the red carpet for the last time, do remember this is a movie, a magical movie that will continue to move through the generations, the very last of the harry potter series. back to you. >>> all right. thank you for schooling me on harry potter. becky, good to see you as always. we'll check in with her again with all the madness. >>> but you can check in with us with larry king. you can go behind the scenes. he has your all-access pass to never before seen footage, plus interviewing with the film's three young stars. don't miss the special hosted by larry king, sin night 8:00 eastern. that's right here on cnn. >>> up next, a deadly grizzly bear attack at yellowstone national park. those details are next. woman: saving for our child's college fund was getting expensive. man: yes it was. so to save some money, we taught our 5 year old how to dunk. woman: scholarship! woman: honey go get him. anncr: there's an easier way to save. get online. go to geico.com. get a quote. 15 minutes could save you 15% or more on car insurance. >>> :34 past the hour, to give you a look at some of the stories making headlines. casey anthony will be walking out of jail in a matter of days. you remember? it wasn't too long ago she was looking at life in prison and the death penalty despite receiving the maximum sentence of four years in jail today, an additional $4,000 in fines for lying to the police, she will actually be released next wednesday after the judge factored in time served and credit for good behavior. president obama made a surprise appearance just moments ago after a crucial meeting with congressional leaders. he called today's talks constructive, but said no breakthroughs were reached. he announced he would be meeting with et leaders again on succeed. the president has signaled a willingness to include reductions in entitlements including social security and medicare as a broad agreement to cut up to $4 trillion over the next decade. tax spending and tax reform and defense spending are on the table. >>> a man was killed by a grizzly bear yesterday dorgd to the national park service. he was hiking with his wife when she surprised a female bear with her cubs. it was an apparent attempt to defend her cubs. this is the first bear-caused human fa at a time in yellowstone since 1986, though trails and back-country camp sites have been closed unit further notice. >>> a suspect has been arrested in connection with a theft of a 1965 picasso pencil drawing that's worth over $200,000, according to the "san francisco chronicle." the draw is a original that's no bigger than a standard piece of paper. it was stolen from the weinstein gallery on tuesday. this footage is showing apparently the man walking out, walking down the street, holding the drawing. talking about the report that uncovered one of the largest cheating scandals in u.s. history. what is the fallout from this huge cheating bust? we will take you there next. >>> we are learning more now about the cheating sandal that's rocked the atlanta public schools. the interim superintendent errol is discussing the report at a special meeting. the state investigation found that as many as 178 teachers and principals at nearly 50 schools in atlanta we are involved in perhaps the largest cheating scandal in u.s. history. right now there could be criminal charges pending, and davis promises that none of the educators will teach in the district again carl, hello to you, i hope you can hear me. >> the plan was to outline a plan, so to speak. we have errol, davis. following this massive cheating scandal. he's presentsed to the board some suggestions on exactly how to do that. his suggestions including some tenets i have for you, one of them internal audits. if anybody starts complaining about ethics, the internal audits would go directly to the board of education. if crtc scores suddenly rise, then that would trigger, according to his new plan, a mechanism to review and certify those scores. they also want to survey employees to eliminate the culture of intimidation that allowed this cheating scandal to happen. bun other thing he mentioned, to give students that were harmed, the reremedial education they missed. >>> one other thing before we let you go, what is this talk about the possibility of criminal charges? what is the update there? who could possibly be charged criminally in this case? >> reporter: you know, it wasn't something that t.j., but there was a pretty strong implication made he's said these 178 principals and teachers would not be in front of the kids again, and something he implied today -- take a listen. >> those who have cheated our children or permitted the children to be cheated, either knowingly our unknowingly will have forfeited their right to remain in our system. >> reporter: one other thing he said, t.j., culture will always trump strategy, so whatever the strategy was in atlanta public schools, they're going to be in the -- a superintendent wants to make sure that the culture -- is eliminated. >> carl, we appreciate you, as always. >>> we're coming up on :41 past the hour here now. britain's royal newlyweds, a big hit in canada. we'll take you live there, but we'll see shortly if they're also going to be a big hit in california. the report is next. hmmm, you can't do that. but you can do this. bengay pain relief + massage with penetrating nubs plus the powerful pain relief of bengay. love the nubs! 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[ bat cracks ] that's a hit. one a day men's. >>> well, prince william and his wife catherine are wrapping up their nine-day visit to canada with a stop today in calgary, alberta. the royal couple will attend a series of event today and tomorrow before heading to california for a three-day tour. and our max foster is live in calgary. hello to you and a lot of our viewers want to know haven't they been in canada long enough. come on down. time to come to the u.s. >> reporter: i know, not long now. they are in cowboy country, of course and when they arrive here, t.j., they will be given white hats, it's a tradition, welcoming ceremony, if you like, and we've also got the same white hats so there you go. been told i have to do this. this evening they will go and see some stampede events. you're laughing. >> a little bit. >> reporter: stampede events. you'll see them throwing a barrel into the back of a chuckwagon and see them looking at a lassoing demonstration and riding bulls as well, a very, very colorful even and in the morning they will launch the stampede parade. a very colorful end to the end of this canadian tour for them, t.j. >> i would assume it would be rude of them not to go through all of that, because they might not want to be, i don't know, caught looking like you do right now in the hat. it's a good look for you. i don't want to say it's not. >> reporter: i thought i pulled it off. i think that's unfair. they are going to wear the whole thing as well, by the way, jeans, cowboy boots. they won't wear a suit jacket. >> oh, wow. okay. when they wrap up, then they are headed to california. now, when are they expected there, and what are they expected to do in cali? >> reporter: well, afternoon california time they will arrive, and there's a whole series of events, and it's going to be great sort of picture story really. on saturday night one of the highlights, a big red carpet event. it's full rocks for the duchess, so she will look fabulous on the red carpet, no doubt meeting lots of stars on the way. on the saturday morning there will be a polo match. prince william will play out there in santa barbara and the duchess will present the trophy hopefully to her husband and they are also visiting skid row, a them to of the tour and meeting veterans of kfg as well. a busy weekend. >> max, give you a lot of credit, my man. you're right. you pulled off that hat just fine. max foster with us on the tour with the royals. good to see you, max. we'll talk to you again, soon and to our viewers you can find out more about how max is doing on his whirlwind tour across canada by visiting the website cnn.com. a behind-the-scenes look at a it's like covering a royal tour, eating lobster sandwiches with william and catherine and the entourage that surrounds them. >>> getting close to the top of the hour now. listen to this. can you imagine this, a cancer patient given less than a month to lived, saved not by an organ donor but an organ grown from his own cells. the fascinating procedure that could save countless lives. that's coming up. in here, the planned combination of at&t and t-mobile would deliver our next generation mobile broadband experience to 55 million more americans, many in small towns and rural communities, giving them a new choice. we'll deliver better service, with thousands of new cell sites... for greater access to all the things you want, whenever you want them. it's the at&t network... and what's possible in here is almost impossible to say. and form a layer called biofilm so strong it survives brushing. thankfully, there's listerine® antiseptic. its triple-action formula penetrates biofilm, kills germs and protects your mouth for hours. fight biofilm with listerine®. constipated? phillips' caplets use magnesium, an ingredient that works more naturally with your colon than stimulant laxatives, for effective relief of constipation without cramps. thanks. [ professor ] good morning students. today, we're gonna... when someone changes lanes without warning? or when you're distracted? when you're falling asleep at the wheel? do you know how you'll react? lexus can now precisely test the most unpredictable variable in a car -- the driver. when you pursue perfection, you don't just engineer the world's most advanced driving simulator. you engineer amazing. ♪ >>> all right. every day on this show we do a segment called the big "i," about big ideas and innovations and solutions to problems. today we're taking a look at a cutting-edge procedure that could save countless lives. cells from a dying cancer patient are taken to grow the one organ he needs to save his own life. our senior medical correspondent elizabeth cohen here to explain this. did i explain that all right. >> you did. i think i can go now. >> i need some details here. what organ are we talking about here? >> the trachea. >> okay. >> that's the tube you breathe in air. it takes this -- the tube takes the air down into your lungs, so this is a 36-year-old man who was dying of cancer from the trachea, and so he had this huge tumor on his trachea, and doctors did everything they could. they said, look, see that green thing, that's a tumor. all of that green is a tumor so as can you see it's quite large. he said we need to cut off that section of your trachea and give you one from a cadaver, but you know what? it's going to take a long time. there's a long line of people waiting for that, and you'll die before you get it so we'll make a new one. they used plastic. they made him a new trachea out of plastic, but the problem was that they just put it in his body. his body really wouldn't accept it. it wouldn't really work so what they did is they coasted that plastic trachea that you're looking at right now from his own stem cells. took stem cells from the bone marrow, coat it had, paint it had basically and put it in him and the body thought that it was him and the vessels starting growing into it, if you can sort of picture that, and it works. >> you trick the body a bit. >> the body thought oh, look, this is us. >> how long did it take to grow, the whole process take? >> didn't take that long. you take the bone, take the cells out of the bone marrow, and you just sort of paint them on and surgically put it in him. they watched him. this happened a month ago, almost exactly, and they watched him in the hospital, watched him for a while and he's being discharged. >> okay. so if we are hearing this is successful, i assume they didn't roll the dice and get lucky here, so this apparently works. can everybody line up for this now? >> it would be really wonderful if this really worked because trachea cancer really tough because by the time you catch it there's not a whole lot you can do. they will watch this guy and see how he does and they will do a stud we 10, 12 people -- 10, 20 people to see how they do, and if everyone does well, this may really become sort of standard practice to do for patients who need it. >> how much time would they need to know, okay, this works? will they have to watch him for years? >> you know, that's a good question. first of all, it wouldn't be just him. they would want to do a study with several dozen people before they would know, and they would want to watch them for at least a while to make sure they didn't have some kind of reaction to it or whatever. >> okay is this just -- i mean, i'm -- i'm amazed here, but this has widespread implications now, and won't we start doing things like this? i'm sure it's not as simple as it sounds but it does sound so promising. >> it does sound promising and when you think about the people who die every day waiting for an organ, you would think wouldn't it be great to create them out of plastic. the trachea is a pretty good place to start, pretty basic, like a tube. it's not like making a heart which is all sorts of parts and pumps and whatever built into it, but the hope is that this is the first baby step towards constructing new organs, but, again, it is a baby step. you know, this is not going to cure-all these problems tomorrow, but it's -- it's a step on the way. >> what else do we know about this patient? do we know age, race, background. >> 36, from africa, from eritrea, and he got this -- this whole effort to build him this new trachea, it came from doctors at harvard in boston. doctors in london and doctors in sweden, so this was a real international effort to try to give this guy a plastic trachea. >> great stuff today. very promising, but that's our big "i." elizabeth our medical correspondent joining us today. good to see you as always. >> good to see us. >> for more on the procedure check out the facebook page of one randi kaye, there she is, again on facebook, and we're coming up on the top of the hour here on cnn. as we start this new hour, i want to show you how four years has now turned into six days. orlando, florida, casey anthony's day of reckoning. as you know by now, anthony was acquitted of murdering her 2-year-old daughter caylee, but convicted on four counts of lying to investigators. four misdemeanor counts which today, just before sentencing, the defense tried to reduce to one. well, the judge, bevel inperry, refuse that had request and handed down the maximum for each of those counts. >> i will sentence you to one year in the orange county jail imposing a $1,000 fine on each count, all four counts to run consecutive to each other giving you credit for the time that you previously served. >> okay. it gets a little complicated after that. yes, he gave her the max on the counts she was convicted of, but still she's getting out in six days. let me put the math together for you. she has been locked up for almost three years, but inmates get extra credit for good behavior, so in casey's case that apparently worked out to more than 400 days. she's now set for release july 13th. that is six days from today. now after all of that, she better keep her lawyers though on speed dial, and this is why. a woman named zenaida fernandez gonzalez, the name casey gave to the nonexistent nan who was supposedly had kidnapped caylee, she's suing for defamation. also the state of florida wants case toe repay the cost of investigating caylee's disappearance and death. also, a private firm called texas equusearch is continuing a suit to recoup more than $100,000 it spent to search for caylee in july of 2008. cnn's martin savage was in court for casey's sentencing. he is there for us in orlando, and my, my, my, martin. what a difference 48 hours makes. >> reporter: oh, it definitely did, t.j. take a look at casey anthony herself, the way we saw her demeanor and physical appearance change in that 48 hours. today she shows up in court. she's very talkative. she's got a smile on her face. she's very relaxed, and her hair is down, and that's a striking image because her hair had been up tight. it had been in a pony tail. it had been in a bun, and that had been the very conservative image that all of us had seen for the six weeks that this trial had been ongoing, but now that she knows what the verdict, is a whole different change. as you say, the judge threw the book, but the book really wasn't that big that he could throw. he's now got it down to four misdemeanors essentially. tried to get the max on all of those, but as you pointed out there, the time that's been served, the -- the good behavior, the gametime which is something unique to florida. that's something else, and then also it comes into a very difficult equation is they check with the department of corrections and see, well, what's the availability in the jail because there are other more, well, i guess now they would say dangerous criminals coming in, so all of that came together. she gets out on next wednesday, and it could be one minute after midnight. it does not have to be sort of during business hours given all the concern about her security and keeping public safety in mind, they may take her out of there without much fanfare at all, t.j. >> martin, let's turn to another issue that still needs to be resolved. i believe it's going on right now. the judge in this case did not want to release the names of the jurors in the case. of course, we know there's a lot of public interest and media outlets would like to get ahold of the names because they would hike to get the interviews. now it's possible the media outlets are making a plea for getting the names released. >> right. they are. just by listening to the testimony that's being given and listening to the judge as he makes his comments, the judge does not seem willing or desirous to want to do that at all. he says, look, ever since this case has been going on, he can't even walk around without television cameras all over the place trying to follow him. he does not want that for these jurors, you know. the anonymity of a juror is considered to be one of the vital parts of this whole legal process here, and as you remember, once the verdict was made, the jurors we anticipated we were going to hear from them in a news conference, it is their choice. they don't have to speak, and they all said, no, they don't want to speak. it's clear that given the -- well, the highly emotional nature of the reaction to this verdict, many of them fear for their own safety, and the judge appears to sympathize with that attitude, no matter what the media would like. >> all right. martin, get back to us when the judge does make a decision, if one does come down here shortly. martin, we appreciate it as always. thanks so much. >> about four minutes past the hour now. we take a switch to washington, d.c. we still don't have any breakthroughs in the debt talks, but the important part is we don't have a breakdown either and that's a big deal, these talks going on today between president obama and leaders of congress over ways to reduce america's borrowing binge and thus clear the way for an increase in borrowing authority. you may have seen live at the top of the last hour the president describing today's white house meeting as constructive and saying a followup is already planned. >> what we decided was that staffs, as well as leadership, will be working during the weekend and that i will reconvene congressional leaders here on sunday with the expectation that at that point the parties will at least know where each other's bottom lines are and will hopefully be in a position to then start engaging in the h
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the world" is part of rupert murdoch's media empire which includes fox news, wall street journal and new york post. he calls the allegations deplorable and unacceptable. hugh grant says he's the latest celebrity to be hacked by the tabloid. >> it's one thing for there to be a very bad newspaper in the country. but when you start to realize it's not one, it's all our tabloids who have been shockingly out of control for a long time, and when you realize how much collusion from the police and how much collusion from our lawmakers, from our government, who need these tabloids, especially the murdoch press to get elected, you start to think, i'm not proud of my country anymore. this is not the democracy i thought i was proud of. >> what does "news of the world" have to say. >> i'll let everyone in on a secret. british reporters do some of the finest reporting in the world and some of the foulest. it's a fun place to read the newspaper every morning. nothing fun about this. allegations as you say rape victims, murder victims, terror victims, the families of dead servicemen, all these peopl
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